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Joseph Green (II) (1928–1999)

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Owned Joseph Green Pictures, a small (he answered the phone himself) company that distributed an eclectic mix of minor foreign films (such as Claude Chabrol's Pleasure Party (1975)) and kung fu/exploitation pictures.

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 1964 Day-Dream (new footage)
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 1962 The Brain That Wouldn't Die (original story) / (screenplay)
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 1964 Day-Dream (producer - 1966 USA version)

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Short story (with James Webbert): "Haggard Honeymoon".
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Trivia:

Owned Joseph Green Pictures, a small (he answered the phone himself) company that distributed an eclectic mix of minor foreign films (such as Claude Chabrol's Pleasure Party (1975)) and kung fu/exploitation pictures.

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